Vietnam Veterans Welcomed With Free Admission March 29

Vietnam Veterans Day commemorates the sacrifices of Vietnam veterans and their families and is part of a national effort to recognize the men and women who were denied a proper welcome upon returning home more than 40 years ago.   Most states celebrate “Welcome Home Vietnam Veterans Day” on March 29 or 30 of each …

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Joint Fundraising Event Nets Over $13,000 for Trooper Island Camp

This past October the National Corvette Museum teamed up with the Kentucky State Police to lead a fundraising event like no other – taking participants to some of the most popular attractions and best dining the Bluegrass State has to offer.  The proceeds from the event were split equally between the Museum, a 501(c)(3) non-profit …

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The Bowling Green Special

Thomas Myers was just a young boy when he saw his first Corvette, but made a promise to himself that he would own one someday. “Every time he saw a Corvette, he always waved,” said Marilyn Britt, Tom’s companion of nine years. But it wasn’t until 1981 that he purchased his very first Corvette – …

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John Oates Hauls Across Corvette Country

On Monday, February 20 the Museum and Motorsports Park played host to a familiar face from the music world. John Oates, of the rock and soul duo Hall & Oates, was on site to film a sizzle reel with Gamma Blast Studios out of Nashville, TN. The program, tentatively titled “Haulin’ Across America,” will potentially be …

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Jeopardy: Corvette History for 500

For Lauren Michniacki, Corvette have always been a part of her life – so it was only natural that when she competed on Jeopardy, she give a shout out to the iconic car and Museum. “As long as I can remember, he’s [dad, Joseph] always had a Corvette. [When I was] growing up he had …

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